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Revisiting Shakespearean Authorship

Published in Shakespeare Studies. 2008, vol. 36, p. 26-36
Abstract Summarizing the recent scholarship that views Shakespeare as "a self-conscious, literary author," suggests that he was "acutely aware of and cared about his rise to prominence as a print-published dramatic author," and that his long texts are the literary versions that would have been "significantly abridged" before reaching the stage. Concludes that the editions of Shakespeare's texts need to depart from a policy that "unduly privileges the theatrical over the literary."
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ERNE, Lukas Christian. Revisiting Shakespearean Authorship. In: Shakespeare Studies, 2008, vol. 36, p. 26-36. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:14492

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